What is your opinion of mentally/physically/emotionally healthy women from their mid 20s into
their 30s, even their 40s who are socioeconomically affluent enough to live off their parents, not ever having to work their entire lives?
They don't learn very much about life and living. What does not kill me makes me stronger!
Sound jealous hmmm.NOT EVERYONE has to work.There are those who are LUCKY enough never having to work.They can relax and enjoy lifet.They can explore avenues that MOST PEOPLE aren't able to do.MOST PEOPLE work because they HAVE to!Such women r FREE.
Believe it or not, some people want to work. Life isn't just about relaxing. Some people live for their work. The fantasy island no work fantasy isn't for everyone.
Many people are "trained" from their youth to go to work for someone else, I see that as a very sad thing as there is more to life than just work and not everyone can have a career or job they would truly like.
Only a MINUTE PERCENTAGE of people WANT to work, the MAJORITY have NO OTHER RECOURSE but to EITHER WORK or BE PENURIOUS, HOMELESS, & STARVING. Most people are ENSLAVED to WORK, nothing more, nothing less.
Most people have to work; that is true. So? Make the best of it and see the rainbows. Coveting the 'rich life' makes one bitter. Worshipping the rich is even worse. Find your passions even if you have to work. You can still have hobbies.
GMWilliams, your comment is untrue. I am retired and have a steady income, so I do not have to work. I CHOOSE to work. Work does not have to be for an employer. You can do charity work, exercise, write, whatever you want. Just don't laze about.
Some of these women have very big hearts, are passionate about certain causes, and are aware of and knowledgeable about a variety of things. It's just financially that they are quite different, not always for the better or worse in and of itself. They don't have to chase after or worry about money and that makes them different from most. For many people that MUST work, that fact makes them uncomfortable, assumptive, and even jealous. I suppose if I hadn't ever gotten to know anyone like this, I'd make a generalization about all of them but it's just like with any other group of people. In each group, you will find the good, bad, and ugly if you care to look closely.
For some of the beneficiaries of this lifestyle all that glitters isn't gold but this isn't the case for them all. Some of these types truly do not have the motivation to create a goal and go after it as they already have security. So they seek entertainment or even self medication on a constant basis. However, I've learned that some of them busy themselves with philanthropy or leisure at will and ALSO have the self motivation to create, invent things, or start a businesses. Others get an education simply because they are curious enough to want to learn more about certain subjects or industries which they may or may not utilize later to earn money. Among the smartest of these types of people, lifelong learning is a common trait that you will find, one that ALL of us can benefit from if we "take it to heart."
Good for them; I say "live it up while you can and explore whatever avenues that are permissible!" From that angle, having enough money to not have to work, you automatically have the advantage as long as your brains and health coincide with your goals and/or ideas of fun or forms of exploration via life.
"Sound jealous hmmm.NOT EVERYONE has to work.There are those who are LUCKY enough never having to work.They can relax and enjoy lifet.They can explore avenues that MOST PEOPLE aren't able to do.MOST PEOPLE work because they HAVE to!Such women r FREE"
Some careers are rewarding. Some people want to help the world. They don't simply want to relax and enjoy life. Some people have the money yet they go out and volunteer anyway because they want to help others or they want to create, etc... Life isn't simply about pleasing yourself.
Most people are WORKING SLAVES. They are in jobs they hate and totally ANTICIPATE weekends, ultimately retirement.Many people, if THEY COULD & AFFORD to, WOULDN'T work at all. Loving one's job is only for the VERY FEW, for the majority it's a DRE
Some people don't see it that way. Why worship the rich? Do the best you can and love your life and see your blessings. Some people work hard, don't like their jobs but love their families.
My opinion about young healthy women is good. It is a blessing to be well off. Specially, when they have a good mission in their lives. Helping others while they do some shopping is good too. Most companies donate some percentage to organizations that help people who need it. After they used their good thing they buy .And they give it away. It is a good thing too.
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